Papers [manuscript]. 1919-1927.


Papers [manuscript]. 1919-1927.

Material relating to the Paris Peace Conference (1919) and the Naval Armaments Conference (1927). Also included is a file labelled "Status of the High Commissioners", 1926. Many of the Papers relating to the Paris Peace Conference were written or assembled by J.G. Latham, who accompanied Cook to the Conference.

13 cm. (9 folders)




SNAC Resource ID: 7066624

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Cook, Joseph, 1860-1947 (person)

Elected to N.S.W. Parliament as Labour member for Hartley in 1891. Left the Labour Party in 1894 but retained his seat until 1901. Minister for Mines 1898-1899. Represented Parramatta in the Federal Parliament, 1901-1921. Minister for Defence, 1909-1910, Prime Minister, Minister for Home Affairs 1913-1914, Minister for the Navy 1917-1920, Treasurer 1920-1921. From the description of Papers of Sir Joseph Cook, 1880-1986 [manuscript]. 1880-1986. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record i...

Paris Peace Conference 1919-1920 (corporateBody)

Geneva Conference for the Limitation of Naval Armaments 1927. (corporateBody)

Latham, John, Sir, 1877-1964 (person)

Politician. House of Representatives, 1922-1934; Deputy Leader of the Opposition, 1929-1931; Deputy Prime Minister, 1931-1934. Occupied portfolios of Attorney-General, Industry and External affairs. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1925-1946. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225851357 Born in Melbourne, Sir John was called to the Bar in 1904, taught at Melbourne University, and became a King's Counsel in 1922. He entered politics in 1922 as Progressive ...